Qatar Q-Flex LNG Carrier Al Ghashamiya - for the time of pinning under boycott

Qatar Q-Flex LNG Carrier Al Ghashamiya - for the time of pinning under boycott

An LNG carrier is a tank ship designed for transporting liquefied natural gas.Size & capacity of LNG carriers has increased since 2005. Qatargas developed 2 new classes of LNG carriers, referred to as Q-Flex and Q-Max. Each ship has a cargo capacity of between 210m/266m cubic meters and is equipped with a re-liquefaction plant.LNG carrier has 4 to 6 tanks located along the center-line of the vessel.Tanks on board function as giant thermoses to keep the liquid gas cold

An LNG carrier is a tank ship designed for transporting liquefied natural gas.Size & capacity of LNG carriers has increased since 2005. Qatargas developed 2 new classes of LNG carriers, referred to as Q-Flex and Q-Max. Each ship has a cargo capacity of between 210m/266m cubic meters and is equipped with a re-liquefaction plant.LNG carrier has 4 to 6 tanks located along the center-line of the vessel.Tanks on board function as giant thermoses to keep the liquid gas cold

The Q-Max Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Carrier of Nakilat (Qatar) fleet of 25+ LNG carriers managed by Shell  , the Mozah seen here was the largest LNG vessel ever to be built, & will be delivering LNG across the world. Its length is that of three & a half Football pitches, her engines produce the same power as 590 Mini cars or 900 Smart cars. The fuel tanks could carry enough fuel to power a Smart car for 112 Million miles, almost 4,500 times around the world.

The Q-Max Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Carrier of Nakilat (Qatar) fleet of 25+ LNG carriers managed by Shell , the Mozah seen here was the largest LNG vessel ever to be built, & will be delivering LNG across the world. Its length is that of three & a half Football pitches, her engines produce the same power as 590 Mini cars or 900 Smart cars. The fuel tanks could carry enough fuel to power a Smart car for 112 Million miles, almost 4,500 times around the world.

ABB to Provide Propulsion to Chinese-Built LNG Carriers Via @gCaptain

ABB to Provide Propulsion to Chinese-Built LNG Carriers Via @gCaptain

VEKA Group, DEEN Shipping Reveal Inland LNG Carrier Ship Design

VEKA Group, DEEN Shipping Reveal Inland LNG Carrier Ship Design

First LNG Carrier Arrives in Naoetsu LNG Terminal, Japan | World Maritime News

First LNG Carrier Arrives in Naoetsu LNG Terminal, Japan | World Maritime News

ConocoPhillips  As of Dec. 31, 2011, the company had 15 double-hulled crude oil tankers under charter. These tankers, with capacities ranging from 713,000 to 2,100,000 barrels, are primarily used to transport feedstocks to certain Phillips 66 U.S. refineries. Additionally under charter were five double-hulled product tankers, with capacities ranging from 315,000 to 332,000 barrels, utilized to transport the company’s heavy and clean products. It has pioneered LNG carriers & has about 200…

ConocoPhillips As of Dec. 31, 2011, the company had 15 double-hulled crude oil tankers under charter. These tankers, with capacities ranging from 713,000 to 2,100,000 barrels, are primarily used to transport feedstocks to certain Phillips 66 U.S. refineries. Additionally under charter were five double-hulled product tankers, with capacities ranging from 315,000 to 332,000 barrels, utilized to transport the company’s heavy and clean products. It has pioneered LNG carriers & has about 200…

Wartsila to Deliver Integrated Solutions for Evergas LNG Carriers (Finland) The vessels will operate primarily on liquefied natural gas (LNG) using Wärtsilä dual-fuel engine technology. This will enable them to comply with current and anticipated environmental legislation, including the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Tier III regulations.

Wartsila to Deliver Integrated Solutions for Evergas LNG Carriers (Finland) The vessels will operate primarily on liquefied natural gas (LNG) using Wärtsilä dual-fuel engine technology. This will enable them to comply with current and anticipated environmental legislation, including the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Tier III regulations.

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